For the Iditarod, or the sledding hill.

Built for the coldest of days, the Fjallraven Nordic Heater Hat features a wind and waterproof fabric that will keep the elements out, and a faux fur lining that will keep the heat in. Two ear holes allow you to still hear through all that warmth, and a chin strap will keep your ear flaps down when you start to pick up speed on your sled. 

  • Wind and water-proof fabric
  • Lined with faux fur
  • Leather details
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Love it

    Kept me warm and cozy. Chopped wood, cooked meals on a 20 degree day and just loved it!

    Hot head Hat chat

      Goatworthy indeed! Soon after installation you will notice the warmth. Clasp for use during windy events. Instantly my favorite ice fishing lid.


      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

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      THIS HAT IS AMAZING. First off, it's cruelty free fur and being a kind person is in style for everyone - not just vegans. This hat will keep you toasty warm in snowstorms, massive wind gusts, and when your office doesn't turn the heat on quite high enough.


      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      VERY WARM!!!!

      xmas gift

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      i gave this to my brother for xmas. he loved it. too bad it was 70 degrees xmas day..

      4.5 Stars

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I finally pulled the trigger after the winter seemed to never end in NJ and bought this hat. I do love it, but the only reason preventing 5 stars was that the "fur" can slightly obscure your vision...and this is why I like my short hair in the first place. I haven't had to give it a "haircut" but sometimes I do have to push it out of the way.

      On the plus side, it is warm and cozy no matter what the temperature. A few weeks ago in VT I wore this on a rather cold 2 degree morning and felt very comfortable. I have not had to button up the ear flaps, but then again I don't really track animals...